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Foxton Family Fun Day postponed until November

The annual Family Fun Day at Foxton Heated Pools has been postponed until Sunday 8 November due to COVID-19 restrictions. The event had previously been planned for Sunday 20 September.

Skills Active Apprentice of the Year competition: Helping a healthy community

Nicole Shand has spent her career creating a wide range of sport and recreation programmes for all sorts of people in the community. The common factor in all her work has been her desire to see people reap the benefits of finding physical activity that they enjoy.

Fatigue and stress are ruining our sex lives - Adult Toy Megastore

A new trans-Tasman sex survey had found fatigue is the number one cause of bedroom inactivity for New Zealanders and Australians.

Two kiwi dads take Father’s Day to heart this year: Tom Abercrombie and Will Hall

Just in time for Father’s Day, two well-known Kiwi dads are giving their time and passion to an organisation that is literally dear to their hearts.

New commercial cellar The Wine Storage Room

All grown up since the dark old days of wall-to-wall Müller-Thurgau, New Zealand cellars are home to a more world class selection of wines than ever.

Te Wiki o te Reo Maori Language Week ki Poneke

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori Language Week runs from 14-20 Mahuru (September), and Wellington City Council will be hosting events and online activities to celebrate this popular fixture on the national calendar.

Meal to dine with Paddock to Plate 2020

ManawatÅ« foodies are in for a special treat as they spring into September’s Paddock to Plate 2020 and some of New Zealand’s best dining experiences.

Commission clarifies whitebaiters can use marginal strip to access Mokau River

The Walking Access Commission hopes to help resolve a dispute about whitebaiters accessing the Mōkau River near the end of Te Mahoe Road.

The Commission is talking to the Waikato Regional Council, the Waikato District Council and the Department of Conservation.

Month-long celebration of great food, drink and events in Central Otago

In all corners of Central Otago restaurants, cafés, bars, cellar doors and venues have come together to create a month-long celebration of great food, drink and events.

Buying local 'impacts Kiwis reading choices and habits'

The impact of COVID is reflected in the nation’s renewed enthusiasm for reading, as many of us stay close to home and buy books by local authors Whitcoulls say, as they announce their Top 100 Books List today (August 31).